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Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Hit Google In First Image & Poster From 'The Internship'

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist February 11, 2013 at 4:58PM

Love it or hate it, Google has come a long, long way from just being a search engine. Now touching nearly every aspect of our lives from email, calendars, mobile phones, video, social networking and more, it was only just a matter of time until a movie actually placed itself in their world. Though, we couldn't have guessed it would be this movie in particular.
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The Internship Owen Wilson Vince Vaughn

Love it or hate it, Google has come a long, long way from just being a search engine. Now touching nearly every aspect of our lives from email, calendars, mobile phones, video, social networking and more, it was only just a matter of time until a movie actually placed itself in their world. Though, we couldn't have guessed it would be this movie in particular. 

Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn reteam once again for "The Internship," which brings with it a simple premise: they play two forty-something salesman who find themselves unemployed, and try to start over at a tech company but wind up squaring off against younger competition. And in keeping with the logline, part of the movie was shot on location at Google headquarters, and while the Bloomberg report below stresses the tech giant didn't fund the film, their imprint is certainly felt in this first official image and poster for the movie.

Shawn Levy directs, while Rose Byrne, Dylan O’Brien, Max Minghella, Jessica Szohr and more fill out the cast, with cameos expected as well, and Will Ferrell already confirmed for one of them. Check out the set visit, Google hangout announcement and one sheet below. "The Internship" starts on June 7th. [Kinopoisk/Collider/AllThingsD]

The Internship Poster

This article is related to: The Internship, Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson


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